Mulch Mayhem is back!
Free mulch available for drive thru customers of hosting agencies!
Saturday, May 14, 2022, 8 a.m.-12 p.m.
Join us for Mulch Mayhem Saturday, May 14th from 8:00 am - 12:00 pm at a NEW LOCATION: Del Oro High School Football Stadium Parking Lot off of Boyington Road in Loomis (Google search “Del Oro Football Stadium” or see map and directions below).
A drive thru only event for trucks and trailers. (Bring your own tarp to cover)
  • Provided on a first-come, first-served basis until supplies are gone.
  • For personal use only; not for resale or commercial use.
  • One cubic yard per customer.
Hosted by PCWA in partnership with San Juan Water District and the City of Lincoln.
Mulch Conserves Water!
Mulch is like icing on a cake, because it keeps the soil moist the way icing keeps a cake moist. Mulch slows evaporation allowing water to sink into the soil, moderates soil temperature and breaks down into nutrients for plants. Be sure to add three to four inches of organic mulch (e.g. leaves, wood chips) around trees and plants for the greatest benefit.
Del Oro Stadium Parking: Boyington Rd, Loomis, CA 95650
(Google "Del Oro Football Stadium")
From Sacramento:
  • Take I‐80 East
  • Take exit 112 for Penryn Rd
  • Turn left onto Penryn Rd
  • Turn left onto Boyington Rd
  • Turn right into Del Oro Stadium Parking
From Auburn:
  • Take I‐80 West
  • Take exit 112 for Penryn Rd
  • Continue straight onto Boyington Rd
  • Turn right into Del Oro Stadium Parking
The Colfax "Bucket Band" and How to Water Young Trees

Just in time for Arbor Day, PCWA's Linda Higgins and the Colfax High School “bucket band” have teamed up to film a short, public service video demonstrating the best way to water your young trees. The 12-member bucket band, which was drawn from students in the high school’s music program, created an original composition for this tree-mendous video.

Young trees need water delivered slowly and deeply to make sure it gets down to their roots and isn’t lost to evaporation or run off. The best way to do this is by using a five-gallon bucket. It’s a method that can’t be beat!

Watch the video and read the news release to learn more about how to water young trees.

Thank you, Falcons!
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